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Issue Fifteen
January 26, 2005
2005 Detroit Auto Show
2005 Detroit Auto Show Photo Gallery
2005 Detroit Auto Show Awards
Best of Show: Chevrolet Corvette Z06
Best Buy: Toyota Avalon
Best Concept: Ford Shelby GR-1
Best New Vehicle for 2005: Ford Mustang GT
Most Innovative: General Motors Sequel

2005 CES Show From Las Vegas
2005 LA Auto Show
Fall 2004 SEMA Show from Vegas
BMW 760
Cadillac CTS-V
Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited
Coming Next Issue
Chip Foose
VW Phaeton W12
Long Term Storage
Ultimate Ears

The 2005 Detroit Auto Show
Roadfly Awards
By Charlie Romero and
Steve Litscher

(January 14, 2005)
Best of Show: 2006 Chevrolet Corvette Z06

When Chevrolet took the wraps off its all new, 2006 Z06 Corvette, there were more than a few gasps from fellow auto makers. By utilizing what is essentially a no holds-barred approach to redesigning the Z06, Chevrolet has firmly staked its claim...[more]

2006 Chevrolet Corvette Z06
Best Buy: 2005 Toyota Avalon

Toyota wanted to make one thing clear about its all new 2005 Avalon - it's the most American vehicle of any in the Toyota line-up. As well it should be, having been designed in Newport Beach, California...[more]

2005 Toyota Avalon
Best Concept: Ford Shelby GR-1

The key to any great concept is rather simple. Make it undeniably cool, pack it plum-full with performance and excitement, wrap it in a body that's punch-your-momma-in-the-mouth-sexy, and you'll have a winner every time...[more]

Ford Shelby GR-1
Best New Vehicle for 2005: Ford Mustang GT

With just about every chance he gets, Bill Ford Jr. will tell you that his favorite car is a convertible red Mustang with a throaty V8 and a thumpin' sound system. And to be honest, in years past, we used to roll our eyes a little, but that's all changed...[more]

2005 Ford Mustang GT
Most Innovative: General Motors Sequel

With so much hype around hybrids and all of the talk about how they're going to save the world, it was refreshing to hear Tom Stephens, VP of powertrain development for General Motors North America admit that current hybrid technologies are at best a mid-term solution...[more]

General Motors Sequel

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